Pollinator Partnership and NRCS Resources

In 2020, Pollinator Partnership (P2) began an agreement with the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to train landowners and field office staff about how pollinator conservation practices align with various Farm Bill Programs and create education resources and outreach material to educate about pollinator conservation on working lands. Seven part-time Pollinator Partnership (P2) NRCS Pollinator Liaisons were strategically located in seven states (AR, CA, IL, IN, OH, MI, WI) to implement and promote pollinator habitat and supporting applicable Farm Bill resources. Since this first agreement, P2 has expanded into the Northeast and the Western United States.

If you are located in the Midwest, Northeast, or Western United States select your region below to view regional specific resources.

If you are not located in these regions, don't worry! There are additional resources below to help you on your conservation journey.

Midwest Regional Resources
Northeast Regional Resources
Western Regional Resources

Programs and Resources

Financial and Technical Assistance Contacts

  • Pheasants Forever/ Quail Forever Farm Bill Biologists

    In partnership with NRCS, Pheasants Forever employs field biologists throughout the state to provide free technical assistance. Our field biologist program is designed to assist farmers, landowners and the general public about the economic benefits of conservation programs, as well as delivering habitat programs that benefit pollinators and other wildlife. We call it the "One Stop Shop" for anything conservation and wildlife related on private and public lands.

    • USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA)

      FSA provides a financial safety net to America’s farmers and ranchers, while at the same time protecting natural resources, and enhancing food security.

    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service- Partners for Fish and Wildlife

      The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program provides technical and financial assistance to private landowners interested in restoring and enhancing wildlife habitat on their land. Emphasis goes to projects with the potential to provide habitat for rare, threatened and endangered species; migratory birds and fish; and at-risk species.